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Sunburn Enhanced

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Fuel ~ Sunburn

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Sunburn radiates with brutish guitar stylings and familiar yet contagious choruses. . . . -- Entertainment Weekly
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 31, 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B0000062H0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (209 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #284,798 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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When I first put "Sunburn", by Fuel, into my CD player, I wasn't sure what to expect. I don't usually buy CD's on which only one song has been released. I normally wait for two or three good songs. However, I like the song "Shimmer" A LOT, so I took a leap of faith. I wasn't disappointed. There was a little bit of everything. The first track, which is untitled, is a nice hard rock song. I began to expect an overly abrasive band with one "ballad", but that's not what I got. The range of this band is very entertaining and uplifting. Also, it is an enhanced CD, and there are scenes from a small-town concert that are a perfect fit. All in all, this CD has everything the well-rounded music fan could want; not too hard, not too soft, a great variety of nicely written, nicely performed songs.
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Sunburn is evidence that the late 90's alternate-metal crowd had something that rocks and equally, had something emotional to offer. Carl Bell's songwriting displays an appropriate lyrical diversity which makes the album surprisingly artistic. Brett Scallions has a distinct voice which compliments the lyrics nicely too. Fuel knows their influence which is rooted in the late 70's classic metal. The band has a sound that ripples with a menacing stength and proves to be more than a flash in the pan.
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This is an album, by FUEL, called "Sunburn". Of course, you probably knew that BEFORE you read this. But what you might NOT have known is that FUEL, possibly my favorite band in the history of all bands that have ever been bands in history, have "re-issued" this album. This, OBVIOUSLY, means that the album has been re-released, featuring new artwork, new tracks, and of course, new little stickers all over the packaging!

If you're somehow familiar with the original "Sunburn" album, then you've basically been acquainted with this new edition. All of the original tracks are here(duh), and the new tracks include a song written for the Godizilla soundtrack, `Walk the Sky', a fun little ditty that features Jeff Abercrombie`s bass-playing talents brilliantly, as well as a very cool vocal melody that I`ve fallen in love with, just like all FUEL songs. The other new track is an awesome song called `King for a Day', which is a really interesting, mostly acoustic piece with some truly SICK spanish-flavored guitar playing by Carl Bell, and while Brett Scallions` vocals seem a little `edge-less' on this song, he makes up for it at the end of the track. I'm kinda disappointed that the "Sunburn" b-side `Sunday Girl' wasn't included as a bonus track; it truly deserves more recognition than it gets, and I`ve love to hear the song in it`s entirety, as I`ve only heard 1 min. clips, which isn`t enough for any FUEL song.

The artwork is much cooler than it`s original form, featuring the same Chair-man sitting in a room with a flaming floor of fire, but it's organized a little differently with a more illustrated look about it. The Chair-man looks a little more human... rather than a tormented soul experiencing spontaneous combustion... who is now holding a sun instead of a tambourine.
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"Shimmer" received an incredible amount of radioplay, and that was far from an accident; it was poppy, it was fun to sing along to, the guitars were quite supportive (even if sounding a bit optimistic for lyrics of a relatively depressing nature), and of course, the production... well, the production was just what a late 90s alternative song SHOULD sound like, and the entire album had it.
It's songs like "Bittersweet", "Jesus or a Gun", and "Mary Pretends" that represent the album at the top of its game; hard rockers with a bit of angst, but not enough to keep the listener from headbangs and smiles. However, "Sunburn", despite its mellowness and beauty, is just so solid and honest that tons of hardrockers or metalheads could stop and listen/sing along to the lyrics.
Sunburn is a solid, solid album... perhaps too solid. None of the songs are anything original or never-before expressed... the topics, instruments, lyrics, and vocals (however smooth they may all be) are pretty much the same 90s rock we've all gotten used to and enjoy. Of course, the album's still good, if not great... great enough to purchase, and great enough to rock out to for the many years to come.
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Fuel's first album, titled Sunburn, speaks for itself as to why it has sold so well. Every song on the album has a special sound that makes each a unique experience. It has done so well since was released in 1998 that it has spawned a remade version that includes two bonus tracks. If you are questioning whether or not to purchase this cd, please read my review before you decide to pass up on this great sounding band that is in its prime.

The second and third songs on the album, "Bittersweet" and "Shimmer" are songs most people have heard, but probably don't know who even plays them. They've been played numerous times on the radio and still get airtime because each one has such a catchy beat with incomparable vocals. Their fourth song, "Jesus or a Gun" is a heavier song with well thought-out vocals that is also engaging once you hear it. That's the case with almost every tune in this twelve song collection. Each one is attractive to the ear in its own way. The fifth song, "Sunburn", is far and away the best song on the cd and is one of my favorite songs I have ever listened to. It flows from a slow beat with smooth vocals to a heavier one that will capture your interest instantly. You won't have to worry about getting too much of this song either; the words and the tone of it stay with you and beg your senses to hear it over and over again.

Those four songs are a good enough reason to purchase this album. But remember there are still eight other songs to listen to! If you're a fan of modern-day rock, you owe it to yourself to give Fuel's debut cd a shot. I waited a long time to buy it for myself, and being stubborn paid off because I purchased the remade version with better quality sound and the two bonus tracks. They aren't going to remake it again, so now's the time to get your hands on this surprisingly superb album. Your ears will thank you.
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